In United States v. Smalley, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a district court decision on a challenge to the jury selection process in a bank fraud case.
Denver-based attorney Spencer Kontnik and the Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition filed a disability discrimination lawsuit against Denver County Court.
Multiple laws were passed by the Colorado General Assembly this year that could have a major impact on crime.
Over the past year, the Colorado Court of Appeals decided several high-profile cases running the gamut from universities’ duty of care regarding sexual assault allegations to the use of fire as a deadly weapon.
The Colorado Court of Appeals found a trial court erred by not removing a potential juror who expressed racial bias.
Lawmakers killed a bill on implicit bias in jury selection, giving the judicial branch another chance at addressing the issue.
A February state Supreme Court ruling that a juror was dismissed for improper reasons sent a 1997 rape and attempted murder case back to trial.
The Colorado Supreme Court on Feb. 14 concluded a trial court should not have dismissed a Latino juror in a 2015 rape and shooting case.
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